U.S. Department of Homeland Security Feds Reject Montana's Request To Delay Real ID Implementation By Edward O'Brien • Nov 23, 2016 Montana DOJ Listen Listening... / 1:40 Feds Reject Montana's Request To Delay Real ID Implementation The federal government this week rejected Montana’s request to further delay implementation of the Real ID Act. Montana Attorney General Tim Fox once said the Real ID act threatened to create an Orwellian national ID system. Fox Says New Licenses Aren't Meant To Comply With Real ID By Matt Volz - Associated Press • Jan 7, 2016 Courtesy Montana DOJ HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Enhanced security measures included in Montana's new driver's licenses are not meant to comply with federal standards that threaten to create an "Orwellian national ID system," Attorney General Tim Fox said Thursday. MT driver’s license not in compliance as REAL-ID Act enforcement begins By Dan Boyce • Jan 17, 2014 On Monday, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security will begin to gradually enforce components of the 2005 REAL ID Act, a law which sets federal security standards for state-issued IDs.